Chrissy Teigen's Travel Nightmare 'Happens More Often Than People Think'


Chrissy Teigen with her husband, John Legend. The dual were on a craft from Los Angeles to Tokyo that incited around 4 hours into a flight.

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The indication Chrissy Teigen was one of some-more than 200 passengers on an All Nippon Airways moody that left Los Angeles during 11:36 Tuesday morning and arrived (safely!) during 7:33 p.m. — in Los Angeles.

The Tokyo-bound flight, NH175, was interrupted on interest of a singular mixed-up passenger, who had boarded a improper flight.

“As partial of a airline’s confidence procedure, a commander in authority motionless to lapse to a imagining airport, where a newcomer was disembarked,” a airline pronounced in a statement.

It might seem outrageous, though it is surprisingly common for planes to lapse to their indicate of start mid by a flight, analysts said.


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“It happens some-more mostly than people think,” pronounced Ian Petchenik, a orator for a tellurian flight-tracking use Flightradar.


All Nippon Airways planes during Haneda Airport in Tokyo. The airline pronounced that it was questioning how a mistaken newcomer had done it onto Tuesday’s flight.

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In a final 24 hours, Flightradar found that 10 flights (of about 150,000) had returned to their origin, for reasons including automatic issues, weather, a infirm aircraft during a end airfield and, of course, a confused passenger.

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